By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) – New York retained the top spot in a survey of global financial centres on Friday, with London strengthening its position in second place just over three months before
By Tanishaa Nadkar (Reuters) – William Hill has received rival takeover proposals from buyout firm Apollo and U.S. casino operator Caesars Entertainment , the British betting
By Aditya Kalra and Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Harley-Davidson Inc is in advanced talks with India’s Hero MotoCorp for a distribution deal which will allow the U.S. company’s
(Reuters) – The pace of U.S. auto sales is expected to rise 3.3% in September from the prior month, helped by strong consumer demand and the Labor Day holiday, industry consultants J.D.
LONDON (Reuters) – Investors pulled a massive $25.8 billion out of U.S. equity funds in the week to Wednesday, the third biggest outflow ever from the asset class, BofA’s weekly fund flow report
By Martinne Geller LONDON (Reuters) – Advertisers who boycotted social media are not all rushing back, despite an agreement by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter on how to curb harmful content online.
By Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European governments will pay claims above an agreed limit against AstraZeneca over side-effects from its potential COVID-19 vaccine, under different terms
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – IPhone maker Apple on Friday said it has always complied with Irish tax laws and that the issue which led to an EU tax order of 13 billion euros ($15 billion) was more a case of
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – As five Chinese mutual funds targeting Ant Group’s hotly-anticipated IPO kicked off subscriptions on Friday, retail investors found the only non-direct channel through which to